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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #730307

CNN Special for Wednesday, Sep 12, 2001

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Anchors: 10:01 Jim Clancy / 10:01 Colleen McEdwards / 10:10 Garrick Utley

Reporters: 10:12 Michael Okwu / 10:15 Maria Hinojosa / 10:21 Mike Boettcher / 10:24 John King / 10:28 Jamie McIntyre / 10:31 David Ensor / 10:34 Maggie Lake / 10:48 Bonnie Anderson / 10:51 Frank Buckley / 10:56 Jim Bittermann

Interviews: 10:40:00 Automobile Association of America spokesman Mantill Williams / 10:41:00 Brookfield Properties President & CEO Bruce Flatt / 10:44:00 United Nations official Shashi Tharoor

Family members of victims: none

Eyewitnesses: unidentified eyewitnesses / 10:16 WTC worker Judith Francis / 10:17 WTC worker Liz Parisi / 10:17 WTC worker Maureen Roffoni / 10:18 WTC worker Ibraham Krutulis / 10:48 blood donor Tom Statham / 10:48 blood donor Jamie Robinson / 10:49 Hematologist George Francois / 10:49 blood donor Karen Skidmore / 10:52 stranded passenger Billy Mclellan

Live video: interviews

Video footage: efforts of rescue workers / 10:29:00 brief summary of tragedy at the Pentagon / 10:47:00 coverage of blood drives / 10:55:00 American reactions in Paris / 10:58:20 American reactions in London

Public statements: 10:08:00-10:08:30 NATO Secretary-General George Robertson / 10:36:00-10:37:00 New York Stock Exchange Chairman and CEO Richard Grasso

Reporter(s):
Anderson, Bonnie;
Bittermann, Jim;
Boettcher, Mike;
Buckley, Frank;
Ensor, David;
Hinojosa, Maria;
King, John;
Lake, Maggie;
McIntyre, Jamie;
Okwu, Michael
Duration:
01:00:00

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